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Mysterybear

The mysterybear netlabel features improvised electronic music by Dave Seidel and friends. Home base: http://mysterybear.net/netlabel. For more downloadedable/streamable music, go the mysterybear page on SoundCloud.

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An industrial drone improvisation by mysterybear ("apocalypse garage #2") with remixes by (in naive alphabetical order): Alan Morse Davies, C. Reider, c.cu, David Nemeth, Jérôme Poirier, Jim Butler, M. Peck, mdsmithson, mysterybear, Mystified, Ricardo Webbens, Savaran, and Tim Risher. The original track was recorded live in my garage in the summer of 2010 on a Zoom H4 recorder, using an Auduino box and a Weird Sound Generator with a Boss Metal Zone, a Moogerfooger ring modulator,...
Topics: industrial drone, drone, improvisation, auduino, weird sound generator, remix
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Performed and recorded live in Peterborough, NH, January 2011. Dave Seidel: Auduino, Buddha Machines, MoogerFooger ring modulator, Deluxe Memory Man, RC-2 looper. Copyright © 2011 Dave Seidel, all rights reserved. http://mysterybear.net http://soundcloud.com/mysterybear There are two versions of these tracks. They differ in sound quality, not in content: MP3 (320 kbps) or FLAC (44.1K, 16 bit: CD quality). There's a nice review of this music on Disquiet .
Topic: improvisation,ambient,drone,auduino,buddha machine
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As the Stillstream featured artist for May 2012, I was given the opportunity to do a live broadcast. This was not practical for me (though it would have been fun). So instead I put together this set, which provided the opportunity to feature examples of the two main "flavors" of my recent electronic work: live/analog/improvised and computer/digital/composed, along with a more conventional piece from a long time ago. This set was originally broadcast on Stillstream.com on Sunday, May...
Topic: mysterybear drone stillstream